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3 Simple Tips to Build Social Media Presence For Your Small Business...

Are you interested in building an online presence for your small business? Not sure how to get started? Without a doubt, there is merit to using social media to build visibility and connections for your business. Here are 3 simple tips that can help you get started: 1: Create Profile on Several Social Media Platforms It isn’t sufficient to only use Facebook and Twitter only. You have to open profiles on multiple accounts such Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Tumblr as well. While it might not seem necessary for you to open and maintain all these accounts, it is definitely necessary from an SEO point of view. Also, ensure that you fill up these accounts fully. 3: Allow for...

3 Simple Tips to Build Social Media Presence For Your Small Business
posted on: Oct 6, 2015 | author: admin

3 Ways to Increase the Email ‘Open Rate’...

According to a report by the Radical Group, almost 125 business emails sent on an average every day. Of course, this doesn’t include spam emails which easily double that number. Given so many emails received by consumers on a daily basis, we based most of our decisions to read, delete and even ignore based on what we read in the ‘From’ line. Based on this finding, here are 3 ways to increase the email ‘open rate’: 1: Pick an Identity that Best Suits You While a number of brands might send you emails that interest you, that personal connection matters so much more. In other words, if an employee of a brand sent you an email, it is...

posted on: Sep 7, 2015 | author: admin

3 Ways to Find Potential Customers on Twitter...

If you’re looking for new customers, you can find them quite easily on Twitter. It’s much easier to do this than on any other site. Due to public updates, third-party tools and searchable bios, you can easily find them without the need for advertising. Here are 3 ways to find potential customers on Twitter: 1: Begin with a Strong Profile It’s important for customers to know what you do and who you are. For this, visit your Twitter bio. Make sure you add your qualifications, products and services. Also, provide your website address and location. Finally, pin a tweet right at the top that promotes your business to potential customers. A new one or a recently used one...

posted on: Jul 6, 2015 | author: admin

3 Ways to Add Emotion to Your Web Copy...

Solving the customer’s problems to improve conversions is usually recommended. But using logic to appeal to your customers is only half the battle won. Using emotion tends to be more effective since we base our decisions on them. So, with that said, here are 3 ways to add emotion to your web copy: 1: Use Hot Buttons in Your Copy Certain topics cause us to respond more than others. They’re called hot buttons. This is an excellent tool to use if you want to increase conversions. Some of these include competition, love, time-saving, trust, duty, pride, honour, beauty and trendsetting. In other words, think about what you should offer them from an emotional standpoint. This should go hand...

3 Ways to Add Emotion to Your Web Copy
posted on: Jun 17, 2015 | author: admin

Google Maps now Offers “Local Guides” Services...

In Google Maps’ recent update, a new feature called “Local Guides” has been implemented. This feature is quite similar to Yelp’s “Yelp Elite” service. As per this program, the tech giant will be rewarding users or Guides for providing quality reviews. For instance, a user who contributes to more than 50 reviews judged to be of good quality will have access to exclusive features. For instance, an access to a private Google+ community and invitations to elite events in select regions. Users providing over 200 quality reviews will benefit by getting featured on “Local Guides” social network profiles on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Guides will also be able to organize meetups and act a Google+ communities moderators. The...

posted on: Feb 19, 2015 | author: admin

Twitter Now Has “While You Were Away” Feature...

Twitter is definitely looking for ways to boost participation on the social network. With their new Bing Translation feature, they are trying to ensure that language is no longer a barrier to engaging with other users. The microblogging site has now launched the “While You Were Away” feature. Essentially, users will now be able to come back to Twitter after an absence and be able to catch most of the top tweets by checking out the “While You Were Away” heading. With this new recap feature, Twitter has taken another step to define itself from just another reverse chronological timeline. This recap feature has been first launched for iOS apps and is set to come soon on Android...

posted on: Jan 15, 2015 | author: admin

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